The end of October should see most of you dressed up as ghouls and wicked witches. While we understand that it incorporates hours of intense makeup and hairdo sessions, we also realise the aftermath of the rigorous procedure.
Whoever said that a scruffy hairdo was easy to produce, clearly never dressed up for the Halloween! To resemble your scariest imagination is never too easy,especially with tons of chemicals and paints sprayed to get the perfect bloodcurdling look.
Now let's talk about the day after, when all the fun is over and your bags are full of treats.
What then? How do you get over the creepy look without losing most of your hair in the process?
Some suggestions have been provided below.
There's simply no alternative to oiling Plain old coconut oil will do; otherwise you can follow the grandma's secret concoction which might include a mix of coconut oil, almond and castor oil.
Another secret ingredient to removing the obstinate hairspray is baking soda. Yes! Pour 2 tbsp of shampoo in a bowl and 1 tbsp of baking soda. Mix them together, creating a froth and apply it over hair. Wait a few minutes before washing it off and watch how it works wonders to your mane.
Another not so much of a secret ingredient that you'd hear celebrities discuss is the vinegar; doesn't matter if it's the apple cider variation or the regular one. A final rinse with the vinegar will surely bring that glow back to your hair
Usage of wide toothed combs after a wash are recommended as it helps in detangling the hair without playing tugs of war and pulling most of the strands out from its roots
There you go, now you can enjoy any day splashing any amount of gooey substance to your hair. Because the next day you can surely get rid of it in a jiffy!
Photo: Sazzad Ibne Sayed
Model: Prattay Riasat Safin
Set design: Eskay by Saimul Karim
Costume: Cat Lady Cosplays